[Rushtalk] RINO Marco Rubio: Being Gay Is Not A Choice

Stephen A. Frye s.frye at verizon.net
Sun May 10 17:58:10 MDT 2015

No objection from me.  Go for it.


But, even though I have no goal or desire whatsoever to further perpetuate
the species, can I still have sex?


Though I definitely agree that homosexuality is counterproductive to
reproduction, so is birth control (natural - rhythm, or artificial), by
definition.  Is that abnormal, too?  If it is, there are an awful lot of
abnormal people out there.


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Seems to me that formation of neural pathways is still no reason to object
to researching a condition that we can at least agree is contrary to
perpetuation of the species.

On 5/10/2015 11:11 AM, Stephen A. Frye wrote:

         Somebody ask this fool why there are no gay dogs, cats, bulls,
cows, sheep, and so forth...................

Uh, actually there are according to studies done by Canadian biologist Dr.
Bruce Bagemihl.

However, in the grand scheme of things it doesn't matter. Homosexual
behavior is counter productive to reproduction and thus abnormal. If a
choice then psychiatric help is needed, to which homosexuals strongly
object. If genetic then research is needed to correct the defect, to which
homosexuals strongly object. That conundrum by itself tells me homosexuals
require psychiatric help either way. 

I agree with you - up to this point.  But there is much in human behavior
and development that is explained neither by choice nor by genetics. The
formation of the trillions of neural pathways is one example.  There simply
aren't enough DNA pairs to account for that.


I don't know what causes homosexuality.  Frankly, I don't care.  But I don't
think, that in the complexities of human life, and vastly not-understood
human brain, we should limit our thinking to only two possibilities.

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